This dialog box provides integration with Service Virtualization designer. This integration allows you to test services with virtualized services instead of real-time services.
Open Performance Test Designer. In the Groups & Workload view, select Advanced > Service Virtualization.
If you make changes to the services virtualization configuration during runtime, both the original and modified configurations are saved in the wlrun.log file on the Load Testing Server (LTS) machine.
For developers: Pointing calls to virtual services in the application under test cover two major scenarios:
User interface elements are described below (unlabeled elements are shown in angle brackets):
Opens the Add Services dialog box, allowing you to add Service Virtualization services from a project file or from a running SV server. For user interface details, see Add Services Dialog Box.
Removes the selected project or service from the list.
Note: Performance tests that are currently running the virtualized services in the deleted project keep running the virtualized services; Deleting the project unlocks the corresponding services so others can edit them.
|Unlock||Unlocks a locked service.|
|Undeploy||Undeploys the selected service.|
Checks if the virtual service was deployed (started) on the virtualization server.
Indicates whether the service is deployed correctly on the specified server.
Under Messages, click More details, the Deployment Check Results dialog box opens. For user interface details, see Deployment Check Results Dialog Box.
|Project Name||The name of the Service Virtualization project containing the virtual service.|
The address of the SV server on which the selected service is deployed.
Note when using a secured SV server (HTTPS): Make sure the CA certificate which signed the SV server certificate is installed on the Performance Center server and on the host which will be used as the Controller to the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities store of the computer account.
|Server Credentials||Opens the Server Credentials dialog box, which enables you to configure SV server credentials used for monitoring the SV servers and virtual services deployed on them. Credentials include server login and password. For user interface details, see Server Credentials Dialog Box.|
A list of the virtualized services showing the following information:
Displays messages about the virtual services, such as:
Last Deployment Check. Date on which the last deployment check occurred.
More details. Opens the Deployment Check Results dialog box, enabling you to determine if the services are deployed correctly on the SV server specified in the URL. For user interface details, see Deployment Check Results Dialog Box.